Poo-poo



[poo-poo for 1, 3; poo-poo for 2] /ˈpuˌpu for 1, 3; ˈpuˈpu for 2/

noun, Baby Talk.
1.
excrement; feces.
verb (used with or without object)
2.
.
Idioms
3.
make poo-poo, to defecate.

verb

To dismiss lightly and contemptuously; airily deprecate; deride: I don’t poopoo his talent, just his character (1827+)

noun

Excrement; poo, poop •A euphemism used to and by children: He reverts to that childishness of poo-poo caca

Related Terms

pooh-pooh

[1970s+; fr poop]

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